Metco 4010B Titanium Grade 4 HDH Wrought Powder

Alternative and trade names
similar to Metco 4010A, Metco 4010C, Metco 4010D, Metco 4010E (Metco™ 4010 series)
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Description

Oerlikon Metco’s titanium and titanium alloy powders produce coatings having a range of characteristics not found in any other thermal spray powder materials. The coatings are light in weight with high strength-to-weight ratio and resistant to most corrosives. Titanium readily combines with other metals to form useful alloys. Owing to these suitable mechanochemical properties, pure titanium and titanium alloy powders can be employed in a number of applications via chemical, powder metallurgy and thermal spray processes.


Thermal spray coatings of titanium-based materials are commonly used in medical applications where biologic compatibility is required. Additionally, these coatings may also be used as a potential bond coat for hydroxylapatite coatings that are often used as a top-coat on biomedical implants. Titanium powders may also be used to produce dense, corrosion resistant coatings. Titanium powders have strong affinity and reactivity with oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen at high temperatures. Most of the thermal spray coatings from these powders are produced under controlled atmosphere conditions (low pressure or soft vacuum).

Related Standards

This material data has been provided by Oerlikon Metco.

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Properties

General

PropertyTemperatureValueComment

Bulk density

23.0 °C

1.8 - 2.5 g/cm³

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apparent density

Particle size range

75 - 180 µm

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Thermal

PropertyValue

Max service temperature

400 °C

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Melting point

1649 °C

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Chemical properties

PropertyValueComment

Carbon

0.08 %

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Hydrogen

0.02 %

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Iron

0.5 %

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Nitrogen

0.05 %

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Oxygen

0.4 %

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Titanium

balance

Technological properties

Property
Availability

Stock

Chemical composition

Ti 99.5+

Distribution

Global

Handling recommendations

Store in the original container in a dry location; Open containers should be stored in a drying oven below 38°C (100 °F) to prevent moisture pickup; Tumble contents prior to use to prevent material segregation.

Morphology

Angular / blocky

Order number

1101154

Other

Use coarser pure titanium powders such as Metco 4010B to produce coatings with very high surface roughness and porosity. These types of coatings are often desirable for biomedical implant applications because the porous structure is believed to promote bone growth onto the implants. Grade 4 titanium powders are recommended for use in biomedical applications. For some biomedical applications, layers of both the fine and the coarse powders may be applied serving different functions. HDH powder products are less expensive than atomized powder products.

Packaging size

1.5 kg (approx. 3.3 lb)

Processing history

HDH (hydride-dehydride) process from wrought raw materials

Processing methods

ChamPro™

Safety data sheet

www.oerlikon.com/metco SDS No. 50-2418